Blind blunder

A blind man has been wrongly accused of a driving offenceThe man, who has been blind since the age of 7, was contacted by Police saying that they were going to pick him up and take him to court for an alleged driving offence. On having to arrange his own solicitor and book time off work, he made a declaration in court that someone had used his details and that the Police had the wrong man. They didn’t even take him home after the hearing. The real culprit has never been found.

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